Corrocoat are a Made in Yorkshire Bronze Member
Since 1974, Corrocoat has led the way in in anti-corrosion coatings. Our products have helped protect all kinds of industrial giants – some of the biggest names operating in power generation, oil & gas and petrochemical – from the harmful effects of corrosion.
We operate from more than thirty locations across five continents. And it’s from this unique position that we offer genuine value-for-money, helping to protect and prolong the lifespan of industrial metals, machinery, structures and equipment.
At Corrocoat, we save our customers from expensive replacement costs. From traditional paints which repair and maintain, to unique glass flake coatings which excel in advanced protection.
Whatever the industrial sector, and whatever the application, we’ve a bespoke product and a specific set of skills to help. With a blend of high-grade solutions and highly-technical expertise, we’re proud to provide corrosion engineering and long-term protection to all.
As well as our specialist range of paints and coatings, we offer a wide selection of corrosion engineering services.
This includes everything from inspection, cleaning and manufacturing, to repair, refurbishment and support. When it comes to protection, we’re solid in our approach – and our performance.
Corrocoat products are perfect for withstanding harsh operating environments. Our unique high-performance composites and coatings not only fight against corrosion, they also prolong the life of metals and machinery.
We’re renowned for reducing maintenance, repair work and replacement costs. And it’s not confined to a specific sector either. From industry to industry, Corrocoat products are first choice because they get results – they protect your investment.
Whatever your problem, from critical plant structures to worn and corroded equipment, we’ve got the ideal anti-corrosion product for you.
We believe it’s the best range in the industry. It’s a belief born out from our worldwide sales – and the glowing feedback that follows years after application.
Corrocoat is our main range of corrosion protection coatings. Ideal for critical service applications, these high-performance polymeric products offer long-term prevention of biofouling, resistance to cathodic disbonding, crack bridging, high conductivity, and resistance to chemicals, including high concentrations of sulphuric acid.
Corroglass is our glass flake range of corrosion protection coatings. These high-performance engineering composites use resin technology to safeguard process environments. Typical applications include refurbishing and protecting heavy duty capital equipment such as pumps, valves, water boxes, heat exchanger tube faces, spool pieces, filters, strainers and auxiliary equipment.
Fluiglide is our friction-reducing range of protective coatings. First pioneered by Corrocoat in 1985, these highly energy-efficient products maximise the performance of pumping systems used in power generation cooling water systems, water & waste treatment and process industries worldwide. They also provide an effective corrosion barrier, preventing early fall-off in performance due to nodular growth.
Polyglass is our high-performance range of protective coatings developed for their ease of application. Often applied by spray, and with no primer required, these products are highly-effective in extremely corrosive environments. Polyglass can be used on a wide variety of substrates including steel and concrete. Throughout the industrial world, the coatings have helped to protect.
At Corroserve we’ve a proven track record within many sectors.
These markets may be diverse, but they all share one thing in common – the need for high-quality, and high-performance, products and services.
-Oil & Gas
-Water & Waste
Glassflake is a pioneer in the glass flake industry, being the first to produce flakes utilising the spun technology or a rotary process as it is often referred to. As a result of introduction of our innovative technologies to the market and continuous development we currently work with many major companies.
It was Glassflake who developed the spun technology in the early 80s with the aim of producing thinner flake with a better thickness consistency. At that time all glass flakes produced were thick and had wide variation in thickness and therefore had limited application finding its primary use in the coatings industry. Through further innovation we introduced a novel substrate, a flake with a true thickness of 1 micron which found its way to the effect pigments market.
Our headquarters and main manufacturing site are located in Leeds, UK. We have further manufacturing in Langfang, China. Sales offices are operating from Perth, Australia and Jacksonville, US. In addition to the aforementioned facilities we serve our global clients through our strategic network of distributors.